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Artificial (quartz) is cheaper, more uniform, has fewer voids to collect dirt, and is almost as abrasion and chip resistant.
Granite is more expensive, stains and collects dirt a little easier as a rule, and is slighly more chip resistant as a rule.
For durability, I would not rate one over the other - barring a 250 lb guy hopping up on it and cracking it, either is likely to outlive you. Selection is typically based on appearance - quartz tends to be more uniform looking and does not always do a good job of simulating the veining and variations that natural stone has.
Now some of the man made stone counters rival the real granite and othe stones without the maintainence of stone. There are many of them out there and it is more a choice of looks than anything else. Corian is still a strong choice of tops today and one advantage is it can be repaired when scratched on site. If you don't mind the maintainence you can't beat the looks of real stone though unless you need a few pieces to make up the top as the graining may be hard to match up. I am impressed though at how realistic some of the man made products have become. It is more an issue of what brand are available in your area. Most all are made the same way with crushed stone and basically an epoxy binder used to make the sheets.
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While I wasn't at the house for the removal of the old counter and the installation of the new granite counter, my tenant showed me pictures and said Bujor's team did a superb job. I recommend Bujor and his team without hesitation. They are professional, responsible and great at what they do -- and do it for the best price. Couldn't ask for anything more than that!!!
Demolition involved removing all walls, ceilings, tubs, fixtures, electrical, etc. The concrete foundation was jackhammered and removed and the sewer lines moved. This was the messiest part of the project, and
Next came several weeks of plumbing, framing, running new water and electrical, installing new ductwork, and having city inspections done at various points.
From planning, to construction, to laying the tile,
As with any major project, there were some unexpected issues. At each point, we discussed and resolved the issues with Art and/or Praveen. There were some costs not included in the bid that we also resolved to the satisfaction of all parties.
The project came in on budget but took a little longer than planned.
Our next major project will be to tile our great room, kitchen and hallway. We expect will be using
What we got a beautiful new shower., and tile floor, cheap cabinets that were too small. We were never actually given the dimensions of the cabinetry and did not realize that bathroom cabinetry was smaller than cabinets for a kitchen. The cabinets were all ordered as single cabinets instead of doubles or triples and we lost approximated 20 Sq ft. of storage space. We were given three choices of sink for the bathroom, made a special trip out to the supplier to check out the sinks, made a choice a week later we were informed we had chosen a kitchen sink not a bathroom sink and we needed to make another selection. We made another selection guess what it was too big also but we didn't know this until it was being installed. The project manager had to build out the cabinetry to accommodate the sink. The Design Consultant was very friendly but never seem to hear what we were saying. From the very start we told him we wanted a large rain shower and a pocket door. When we went to pick out the bathroom hardware and plumbing he kept showing us shower heads that were not rain shower heads. I finally got angry and loudly that we were having a rain shower and that is final. I do not want to hear another word about our shower head be an alternate to a rain shower. The 80+ items contract we signed did not actually specify the plumbing hardware or the pocket door. We paid extra to have what we specified we wanted from the beginning.
We did not get new kitchen windows, We did not get new patio doors for the Master and the Arizona room nor did we get a new bar area in the Arizona Room. The former furnace room was never incorporated in the original design giving us a large master bath well designed but we did get a haphazard closet out it.
We requested that the Design Consultant not accomany the Vice President and Project Superintendent when they came to our house for the final meeting. The Design Consultant had insulted us once to often. The Vice President did not care to hear about out complaints about the Design Consultant and was not interested in even looking at the bathroom cabinetry to check out our complaints.
Under no circumstance would I recommend anyone who does not have money to throw away ever go near this provider.
Further communications were by e-mail. I was under the impression that they would try to fit the project in in the next few days -- of course Thanksgiving was coming up, so I thought it might be more than a couple of days. I said that since we are retired, our schedule is flexible. I did not hear anything from them until an e-mail on December 17 asking for my phone number and saying that if it worked for us someone might be able to come that very day!
Two technicians came a few hours later, and really did a great job of fixing the problem -- it was more than I had thought they would do. I thought they might just seal the area, but he took out the broken piece, smashed it up, and used the result to fill the hole that was left, then sealed that all up. It looks terrific! He also sealed all the areas where water might be getting into the cabinet (the problem was right behind our sink), as a measure of preventing future problems. The original problem had been caused by wood below the counter swelling and pushing up the granite.
The work took the two of them a couple of hours. They left the area clean. I was really pleased with their work and with the professional attitude -- the lead technician also advised about a potential problem at out other sink and how we might take measures to protect against it. I thought the cost was very reasonable -- - especially since it is hard to find anyone willing to do this kind of work at all.
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